Monday, 23 June 2014 06:17

PRIMARY PUPILS GIVE CYPRUS' MOTOR MUSEUM A SPIN

Primary pupils cram into a classic car Primary pupils cram into a classic car

Primary students at ASPIRE had fun in the driving seat last week when they visited two Limassol-based museums.

First up was the Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum. Pupils were guided around the 1,000 square metre attraction and shown its collection of classic, historic and collectible cars.

Vehicles included the well-known green Mini used by TV character Mr Bean and a Rover P5 used by former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

The museum's guides also talked to the children about road safety and invited them to hop on to a double decker bus.

ASPIRE also paid a visit to Archimedes, an educational playground featuring more than 20 games inspired by the inventions of Archimedes.

Students had fun navigating a laser maze, playing with 3D puzzles and building their own bridge before testing it out.

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